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Posted 4/29/2010 9:24:24 PM


Got no time to bleed!

Got no time to bleed!


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This is the beginning of my new project called SRV-10, (Small,Recon. Vehicle) hense SRV



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Post #79552
Posted 4/29/2010 10:05:18 PM


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You reap what you sow


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Feel free to ask Shaggy, T-man, Conrad, batman4reals, and BWDwho are our resident Tumbler experts  any questions



    

Post #79554
Posted 4/29/2010 10:07:34 PM


Got no time to bleed!

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thanks

Post #79555
Posted 4/29/2010 10:11:42 PM


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whoa! that thing is unreal. Looking good can i ask, whats the reasoning behind the long set of front suspension arms? Planning to do many large jumps are we?

Also, what scale and what engine will this thing house?


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Post #79557
Posted 4/30/2010 3:28:26 PM


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Not bad srv10! Whats catching my eye is your back quarter panel in the back. Something different but awesome! Great idea on the air intakes in the back too. I guess I want to ask the same question like Shaggy, but this is going to be interesting to see were the motor is going to fit to turn those big bad ass tires in the back.

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Post #79564
Posted 4/30/2010 11:05:50 PM


Got no time to bleed!

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Thanks for the vote of confidence, was afraid I would not be acceptable since I was making a vehicle with a little help
from a certain Bridging vehicle, if you know what I mean.
As for the motor it a surprise as they say wait for it,wait for. It will be totally different than anyone would expect. And it will propel the SRV-10 to very quick speeds in Gotham City.
Any off the wall Ideas will be considered no matter how far out they are, I want to stretch the boundary's of this little vehicle. And many heads are better than one.
I am a hot rod fabricator and was working on my latest project for Hot Rod and suddenly stopped when my son made me watch a Batman Movie. I am not much on movies but when I seen that Tumbler , well it needed to be done Pro stock fashion with the idea Batman may have needed a smaller faster version of the big guy. Just for reconnaissance. Ha Ha.
It will seat two adults.
have on board computer
sound system for outside of the vehicle.
And a totally removable rear power unit for ease of service.
Thanks again guys and please kept the ideas flowing.
SRV-10


Post #79566
Posted 4/30/2010 11:52:53 PM


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Hey Srv10, Wow, thats a great start. I like the long arms and swept back look. It looks like its speeding down the road when its sitting still. I'm a hotrod guy at heart too, just can't leave well enough alone. On my Rumbler I used a four link system to attach the rear axle. Its tough since the spacing between the wheels is so small. Yours looks like a pro-stock and since its never been done I vote for a jet engine....hehehe....If that's not in the cards I vote for a bi turbo flat head ford or Chevy. New techology meets old school....In my Rumbler I have a 1970 Cadillac 500 cubic inch motor. I just love those old school big blocks......Keep up the great work...BWD
Post #79567
Posted 5/1/2010 12:31:44 AM


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srv10 (4/30/2010)
Thanks for the vote of confidence, was afraid I would not be acceptable since I was making a vehicle with a little help
from a certain Bridging vehicle, if you know what I mean


Your not the only one who got assistance from it. I'm building mine to be an accurate replica, only 1/2 scale. A 1/1 scale version will commence just as soon as room allows. here's the 3d model i build thats guiding my build.


Batmobile

(Doo Hee, feel free to use this image atop the website instead of the other model if you would like btw )


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Post #79568
Posted 5/1/2010 9:41:06 PM


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WHAT THE !!!  THAT THING IS COOL . great sheet metal work. as it sits in the picture how wide is it and long.

what type of tires are those rear, man seeing this is starting to get me thinging of a nother kart

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Post #79579
Posted 5/1/2010 9:58:50 PM


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T-man (5/1/2010)
WHAT THE !!! THAT THING IS COOL . great sheet metal work. as it sits in the picture how wide is it and long.

what type of tires are those rear, man seeing this is starting to get me thinging of a nother kart


t-man, you NEED to build another kart, i love watching your progress.


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